and the swallow on the eaves
twittering and the tempests blow
with the rippling waters flow
Everything in Showcase starts with the Navbar, the svelte toolbar at the top of this browser window. From left to right, the controls in the Navbar perform the following functions (when active, these controls appear blue):
1‒Show/Hide the Navbar
Clicking or tapping this control reduces the Navbar to a small tab in the top left corner of the browser window. Clicking or tapping this tab restores the Navbar.
2‒Go to the First Facsimile
Clicking or tapping this control takes the user to the first facimile of the witness.
3‒Go to the Previous Facsimile
Clicking or tapping this control takes the user one facimile backward in the witness.
4‒Select a Facsimile
Clicking or tapping this control opens a drop-down menu, from which individual facsmiles may be previewed and "jumped" to directly. The control also displays the ID of the current facsmile.
5‒Go to the Next Facsimile
Clicking or tapping this control takes the user one facsimile forward in the witness.
6‒Go to the Last Facsimile
Clicking or tapping this control takes the user to the last facsimile of the witness.
Clicking or tapping this control enables the following views: Facsimile-Transcription (default), Facsimile-only, and Transcription-only.
8‒Increase the Magnification of the Facsimile
Clicking or tapping this control opens a drop-down menu, from which the magnification level of the facsimile can be adjusted between 100% (default) and 800%.
9‒Increase the Point Size of the Transcription
Clicking or tapping this control opens a drop-down menu, from which the the font size of the transcription can be adjusted between 12 pt. (default) and 24 pt.
Clicking or tapping this control enables the transcription to be viewed as: Original Text, Revised Text, or Composite Text (default).
10‒Toggle Hands On/Off
Clicking or tapping this control opens a drop-down menu, from which individual hands may be toggled on (default) or off.
13‒Learn about Showcase
Clicking or tapping this control shows or hides this window.
This edition of Showcase was created exclusively for The Early Ruskin Manuscripts, 1826–1842, a Digital Humanities project of Southeastern Louisiana University's Department of English. Showcase remains the intellectual property of and is © by its author, Charles W. Borchers, IV, and may not be modified or copied without his express permission. Your use of this software constitutes acknowledgement of this copyright and of the software's conditions of use.
Andron Scriptor Web 3.1, the webfont developed for and used by Showcase, is a special edition of Andron™, financed by the Norwegian Research Council and the University of Bergen. Andron Scriptor Web exists to support scholarly editing in medieval philological studies and is provided free of charge by its creator and provider, Andreas Stötzner and the Medieval Unicode Font Initiative (MUFI). Both must be credited in any work which utilizes the font. Any alteration of the font, including, but not limited to, any alteration of its content, glyphs, or name, is a violation of international copyright law. If enhancements or improvements to the font are desired, these should be forwarded to MUFI for consideration in future releases of the font. Andron™ is a trademark of Andreas Stötzner; its design is © by Andreas Stötzner all rights reserved.